Mark Van Dongen (right) was paralysed from the neck down, suffered extensive burns, had his left leg amputated and struggled to speak after the attack by Berlinah Wallace (left, in court sketch and inset) in Bristol.Prosecutors say that, despite the victim having later died at a euthanasia clinic in Belgium, the acid attack led directly to his death and have charged Wallace with murder.Carwyn Jones (left) faced calls to resign for his ‘heartless’ sacking of his Labour colleague, who is thought to have killed himself.Carl Sargeant (left, pictured right), who was married and had two children, was found dead at his home in Connah's Quay, Flintshire, on Tuesday morning.She quit in a short meeting with the PM in Downing Street - but in her resignation letter she issued a thinly veiled warning that she could challenge the Government from the backbenches over Brexit, as allies argued she had been treated harshly.Miss Patel's departure follows Sir Michael Fallon's decision to quit as defence secretary last week, over accusations of misconduct against women.
Frank Parlato, a former spokesman for NXIVM, revealed on his blog that Mack has been running a secret sorority within the cult that brands women (inset, ex members' brands).
The government was already being propped up on the slenderest of margins by the DUP, and question marks are still hanging over the futures of further frontbenchers in Boris Johnson and Damian Green.
Brussels is now braced for the PM being ousted by her party, or for another General Election bringing Jeremy Corbyn to Number 10.
Alice Bailey (pictured), 25, worked for almost four years at Parliament's Sports and Social Bar, where she claimed many MPs behaved like 'obnoxious old pervs'.
Miss Bailey, who started work at the bar as a 19-year-old, claimed she was regularly pestered by ministers for sex.